Ski Holidays To Canada


Ski Canada for exhilarating high altitude skiing, glacier skiing and snowboarding.

A huge country with an amazing geography which makes it perfect for any winter sport especially skiing but we will stick to the favourite resorts which have a fabulous atmosphere for après ski, great facilities and of course superb skiing.

Jasper set in its own National Park, for a real flavour of the Canadian West

This charming and welcoming little resort is a haven for wildlife lovers with skiing in unspoilt surroundings at nearby Marmot Basin in the stunning Jasper National Park. Shimmering glaciers, forests, frozen lakes and waterfalls form the backdrop for a range of activities from dog-sledding to ice canyon walks and wildlife safaris, and Jasper ski area’s uncrowded slopes and dry powder snow are renowned. In recent years Jasper ski resort has installed new state-of-the-art lifts to significantly improve the mountain experience, and the management team’s passion for skiing is infectious!. After only a few runs, you’ll start to appreciate Marmot’s mellow, uncrowded, unpretentious vibe. At 1700 metres, Marmot boasts the highest base elevation of all Canadian ski resorts, and often enjoys heavy snowfall when it’s raining lower down. Jasper has a selection of lively bars and restaurants, a friendly relaxed atmosphere and the slopes are easily reached by a 20 minute trolley bus ride directly from your hotel.

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Jasper Canada Inghams (Check Availability)



Nestled in the midst of 1000 acres of the world’s most glorious surroundings, 5 min drive or 45 min walk from 'downtown' Jasper, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge offers every conceivable amenity, including their own ski bus shuttle. Accommodation is a number of chalets and log cabins surrounding the main lodge in walking distance.


Mont Tremblant Canadian skiing and hospitality with a certain 'je ne sais quoi'!

Tremblant, with its cobbled streets and quaint houses is the most colourful and atmospheric ski town in Quebec province. Consistently voted the ‘Best Resort in Eastern North America’ by the Ski Magazine, the slope-side pedestrian village is perfectly constructed with skiers in mind. Everything is within walking distance and you can easily reach the ski lifts from many of the hotels we offer in resort. At 875m the mountain, Mont Tremblant is one of the highest peaks in the Laurentians National Park and provides four mountain faces of extensive skiing: Versant Sud, Versant Soleil, Versant Nord and the Edge. It’s possibly the best skiing you can do in Eastern Canada with an excellent variety of groomed runs. Mont Tremblant inherited its name from the local First Nation tribe, the Algonquins, who called it the ‘trembling mountain’. The village of Tremblant first became a ski resort in 1939 when American, Joseph Bondurant Ryan constructed its first chair lift.
 The blend of Québécois and American architecture in the resort gives Mont Tremblant a unique and charming atmosphere. The resort is also known as ‘the Disneyland of winter ski’ as there is such a wealth of activities for skiers and non-skiers alike. The added benefit of a ski holiday to Mont Tremblant is the excellent food. The French-speaking culture of Quebec perfectly blends Canadian and French cuisine to create some of the tastiest food in North America

Hotel Fairmont Tremblant Canada Inghams (Check Availability)



The Fairmont Tremblant offers luxury accommodation and excellent service with a perfect location. Tremblant's only full service hotel is a short walk to the resort's shops, restaurants, bars and pedestrianised village centre. The indoor and outdoor pools offer superb slope-side views.


Whistler fully deserves its long-standing reputation as one of North America’s top resorts

Rated again and again as North America’s best ski resort, Whistler has it all. Over 200 trails spread between two peaks (Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains) and linked by the famous Peak2Peak gondola, the resort has become the pride and joy of Canada’s Pacific North West. The resort boasts a mix of chalet-style apartments, inns, lodges and condo’s, and pedestrian-friendly streets, the whole place is as beautiful as it is practical and heaps of fun!

The skiing and snowboarding is world class, and will suit all needs- both off piste and on- carefully groomed nursery slopes with ski schools, plenty to easy blue and green slopes for those finding their feet in the snow, and even of more options for those at a more intermediate level including the bowls and the Extremely Canadian off-piste tours for those who fancy something a little more daring.If you’re more suited for the après-ski, you can kick back in the mountain bars, Whistler offers a superb array of night life for once you’ve hung up your skis and boots for the day. Including top of the range restaurants and numerous bars that are open serving champagne and nibbles from the moment the lifts close until dinner time.

Into the night, Whistler is host to a fantastic variety of clubs and bars for those who fancy a spot of dancing. Anyone craving a cocktail at happy hour, there are also plenty of comfortable lounges to indulge in after the sun dips beneath the mountains.

Fairmont Chateau Whistler Canada Inghams (Check Availability)



This magnificent chateau-style hotel is a member of the prestigious Fairmont group. It lies in a ski-in and ski-out position at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain next to the ski lifts, just a few minutes walk from the main village. The Fairmont Chateau welcomes Inghams guests with its renowned friendly service and high standard of amenities.


Banff is a lively town set in the spectacularly beautiful Banff National Park. Downtown Banff offers traditional Canadian hospitality with an excellent variety of bars, some with live music, and a wide choice of restaurants catering for all tastes and budgets. Your Tri-area lift pass covers the three ski areas of Lake Louise ski area (45 minutes’ drive), Mount Norquay (10 minutes’ drive) and Sunshine Village (25 minutes’ drive). A regular ski bus service, included with the pre-booked Tri-area lift pass, operates from our Banff hotels to all three ski areas. Although Mt Norquay is often referred to as Banff’s “local” hill, the resort should not be under-rated. Yes, it has easy trails but also some challenging ones too, such as Memorial Bowl, Temptation and Lone Pine. Sunshine Village has some of the highest skiing in Canada. It has three mountains: Mount Standish (with some of the easier trails) Lookout Mountain (high above the tree line with views across the Great Divide) and Goat’s Eye (with some of the best tree skiing on its lower slopes).

Banff Ptarmigan Inn Canada Inghams (Check Availability)



The lovley Banff Ptarmigan Inn has been refurbished and now with breakfast included and  a supplement dinner can be taken.Hotel is on Banff Avenue and within walking distance of many of Banff attractions like Bow Falls and Banff upper hot springs and short distance from the Fairmont Banff Springs hotel and its facilities. Guests get complimentary Roam bus pass to enjoy Banff.


Lake Louise a  huge ski area, renowned as one of the world’s most beautiful settings
With almost 140 trails and extensive off-piste, Lake Louise has the biggest international cachet of Banff’s “Big 3” resorts (Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Mt Norquay). Forty minutes from Banff, Lake Louise offers peace and tranquillity in one of the world’s most spectacular ski settings, with unspoilt views of magnificent peaks, glaciers and the iconic lake. From the Top of the World Express chair , the view along the Bow Valley is one of almost unsurpassed grandeur, with an unbroken chain of towering peaks with powerful names including Eiffel, Pinnacle and Babel, interspersed with hanging blue glaciers, and green valley floors. Lake Louise’s home ski area is the largest of the Canadian Rockies with some wonderful tree lined pistes as well as acres of open bowls. The Tri-area lift pass also covers extensive skiing in nearby Sunshine Village and Norquay. Just a handful of hotels and shops make up Lake Louise village, making it ideal for a peaceful getaway.

Hotel Post Canada Inghams (Check Availability)



The Post is a firm favourite with Inghams' guests who have enjoyed the warm welcome and stylish surroundings of this 'Relais & Chateaux' hotel.Owners Andre and George personally ensure the wellbeing of each of their guests who appreciate the hotel's elegant European atmosphere and excellent cuisine. The wide range of facilities include a sophisticated spa, award winning restaurant and its world renowned wine cellar with over 32,500 bottles and more than 2,200 selections of available wines. The stylish decorated rooms make the Post an excellent choice for discerning guests who seek little extra touches on the finest ski holiday. 
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